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YOUR GUIDE TO Wimberley Lodging, Dining, Arts, Entertainment, Shopping, Services, Real Estate, Community & Churches


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EVERY MEMORIAL WEEKEND! Live Music Great Food Wonderful Vendors Swimming at Cypress Falls

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Saturday March 23, 2019

IN THIS ISSUE Hill Country Collectables Beautiful fine art & jewelry.....................................................................6 Kimberly’s in Wimberley Comfort food with a twist....................................................................... 10 Wimberley Valley Art League Talented community of local artists........................................12 Jean’s Antique Mall Plenty of treasures to be discovered............................................................. 16 In Style Accessories Trendy shoes & accessories.............................................................................20 Libelula & Dust in the Wind Candles Free spirited boutique.......................................................24 Wimberley Gardens Gardening supplies & much more.................................................................26 Creekhaven Inn Secluded, creekside getaway.................................................................................... 28 Camp Good Sam Doing good for local youth....................................................................................... 32 Things to Do & See Plan your adventures in Wimberley...................................................... 36, 38 Churches..........................................................................................................................................................40-41 Realtors................................................................................................................................................... 42, 43, 45 Calendar of Events.....................................................................................................................................44-47 Dining Guide......................................................................................................................................................... 48

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Your guide to Wimberley from the Hill Country Sun Spring/Summer 2019 • Volume 29, Number 1

ISSN: 1524-2315. Entire contents

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Writers Bonnie Eissler & Colleen Brooks Distribution Gerry Burns

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Visit the EmilyAnn

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Summer Outdoor Shows Into The Woods

May 31 - June 29 ♦ Fri. & Sat. 8:15 pm + Sun. June 30 ♦ 8:15 pm Shakespeare Under the Stars

Antony & Cleopatra August 1 - 10 Nightly (except Sun.) 8:15 pm

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Children’s Theatre Three Billy Goats Gruff March 2 - 24

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Hill Country Collectables By Bonnie Eissler


collaboration between art director Terry Grisham and Dylan Chasen of Wimberley Jewelers brings together top artists in multiple media and stunning Native American jewelry under one roof in Hill Country Collectables. The handcrafted art, sculpture, furniture, and jewelry represent some of the best artists working in the southwestern United States and Texas. Terry, longtime manager of The Art Gallery on Wimberley Square, brings expertise and experience to this new endeavor. He can answer any questions visitors have about the artists, from biographical details to their different styles, techniques, and subject matter. Some of the gallery’s featured artists include George Kovach, Manuel Garza, Jill Robinson, Jimmy Longacre, Jeff Gant and Calvin Begay. George Kovach is a landscape artist who lives near Abilene, Texas. A featured artist for many years, first at The Art Gallery and now at Hill Country Collectables, Kovach’s award-winning works have an powerful emotional quality. His paintings are widely known and collected and some of this images have been commissioned for calendars and greeting cards. He paints a lot of bluebonnets, but there is nothing boring about his landscapes. People often comment that “it feels like you could just walk right into a George Kovach painting.” See HILL COUNTRY COLLECTABLES, page 8


Casey Craig.......................................................5 d.r. jones (inside Bent Tree Gallery)..........................5 EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens.................5 Hill Country Collectables...........................2 Red, White & Blues on the Falls.............4 Silo Glass Studio & Gallery.......................4 Wimberley Arts Fest Wimberley Valley Art League Arts Fest........................................................... 13 Wimberley Glass Works.............................5 Wimberley Lions Market Day..................4 Wimberley Metaphysical & Holistic Fair...................................................4 Wings Over Wimberley..............................5


Cigars (at Wall Street Western)........... 13 Cypress Creek Reserve Rum................. 13 Hays City Store & Icehouse......................9 Hill Country Spirits...................................... 13 Jobell Café & Bistro.....................................11 Linda’s Fine Foods.........................................11 Los Olivos Market..........................................11 Mad Rooster’s...............................................50 The Leaning Pear..........................................9


Brookshire Brothers....................................7 Calley’s Jewelry........................................... 19 Cedar Chest.....................................................15 Cigars (at Wall Street Western)........... 13 Cragg’s Do-It-Best Hardware.............. 27 Dovetails.........................................................25

SHOPPING continued



Eagle Mountain Flag.................................23 Gracious Ladies.............................................14 Gypsy Market..................................................17 Hill Country Collectables...........................2 In Style Accessories & Shoes............... 21 Jean’s Antiques.............................................17 Kamaway Market.........................................17 Kiss The Cook Kitchen Essentials......................................23 Libelula Free Spirit Boutique................25 Made in the Shade.....................................27 Mad Rooster’s...............................................50 Queen Bee Gatherings & Antiques...................................................... 19 River House Home Accessories..........23 Star Antique....................................................14 The Herb Room.............................................17 The Find........................................................... 19 The Wild West Store.................................23 Wall Street Western..................................52 Wimberley Gardens..................................27 Wimberley Glass Works.............................5 Wimberley Marketplace.......................... 19

Ball Brothers 1-800-Painting............... 34 Brookshire Brothers Delivery.................7 CTMC - Central Texas Medical Center.............................................37 D & D Insurance (Angie Dahl)..............33 Full Circle Salon, Lessa Stafford.........37 Live Oak Health Partners.......................33 Made in the Shade.....................................27 Texan Care Automotive Repair...........37 The Med Spa - Yvette Strange............35 WAG Rescue..................................................37 Wimberley Community Center..........33 Wimberley Gardens..................................27 Wimberley Life Care.................................37 Wimberley Medical Clinic.......................35 Woodcreek Apartments.........................35



7A Ranch.......................................................... 31 Bandit’s Hideaway....................................... 31 Creekhaven Inn...........................................29 Leeway Cottages........................................29 Mountain View Lodge............................... 31 Wimberley Inn.............................................29

SCHOOLS St. Stephens Episcopal School............39 Zweites Haus School of Wimberley................................................39

Chapel in the Hills........................................41 Lutheran Church of the Resurrection...........................................41 St. Marys Catholic Church......................40 St. Stephens Episcopal Church...........40 Wimberley Church of Christ..................41

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Betty & Steve Giannone......................... 45 Century 21 Randall Morris........................51 Gibson Properties Branch Office David Routh................................................... 43 Hills of Texas / Sky Realty Barbara Latimer......................................... 43 Keller Williams Realty Linda Germain............................................. 45 Keller Williams Realty ............................. 43 RE/MAX Real Properties Allison “AJ” Harwood..................................3

DRIPPING SPRINGS Cowgirls and Lace......................................49 Family First Chiropractic.........................49 Heather Bobb, DDS................................... 47 Mercer Street Dancehall......................... 47 New Canaan Farms...................................49 Stem Cell Center........................................ 47 Texas Night Sky Festival..........................49


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By George Kovach.

Manuel Garza, another top-selling artist, paints with such meticulous detail that even the tiniest details stand out, from the individual flower petals to bird feathers and barbed wire. Look for the tiny trademark redbird that he includes somewhere in every picture. Kovach and Garza are both close to 80 years old now and each artist has perfected his craft. Their new creations are eagerly anticipated and greatly admired. Like Kovach and Garza, Jill Robinson is an awardwinning artist. When she first visited the shop, just to look around, Dylan had no idea that she also created beautiful works of art until she brought around some of her amazing gourds. Jill has been crafting fine gourd art for 10 years and taught basket weaving for thirty years. Starting with the natural gourd, she uses many different techniques

by Manual Garza.

that include carving, inlay, wood-burning, painting and/or weaving as the inspiration guides her for each unique piece. Jimmy Longacre is a landscape artist who often paints plein air, which means he paints outdoors, drawing his inspiration from nature. His interpretations, design and color combine to present a poetic experience for the viewer. Jimmy was born in Puerto Rico, moved to San Antonio at an early age, and makes his home today near Dripping Springs. Calvin Begay uses the Navajo inlay techniques in his handcrafted jewelry that is prized by collectors throughout the United States. His work has been featured in Southwest Art Magazines and Arizona Highway. Calvin designed his first piece of jewelry at age 10, using precious metals and stone. Dylan has worked for many years in the fine jewelry business, and was based in Fredericksburg before coming to See HILL COUNTRY COLLECTABLES, page 9

By George Kovach.


Wimberley 10 years ago. His specialty and greatest passion is for Native American artists and designs. He says, “Over the years I’ve met some phenomenal artists, mostly in New Mexico.” What is so special about their jewelry? According to Dylan, “There’s nothing quite like it, how they cut the stones and work with the metals – no one in the world can do the detail the way they do, the stone inlaid into stone.” The work is even more impressive, he says, because they don’t have costly machinery, instead they do everything with only a few simple tools and the results are beautiful, elegant and contemporary. As for turquoise, the stone that many people associate with Native American jewelry, Dylan says he has to be very selective with the turquoise mines. “Most have closed, there may be three in the whole country and they’re not producing the best.” Still, there are some beautiful squash blossom necklaces with turquoise. A silver butterfly necklace in the shop was handcrafted utilizing the Navajo method of sand casting instead of wax casting, so that it’s truly one of a kind. The Navajo “pearls” in the chain are made of silver and are hollow, making them surprisingly lightweight, so that even a highly ornate squash blossom necklace isn’t uncomfortably heavy for the wearer. The only way to fully appreciate the quality of the fine art, wearable art, and artistic home furnishings at Hill Country Collectables is to personally visit the store to learn about the

artists and craftsmen whose works are available to admire and to purchase. Hill Country Collectables is located in The Quarter Shops at 14015 Ranch Road 12, Suite 2, in Wimberley. The shop is open seven days a week from 10 am to 6 pm. For more information, call 512-781-9717. Photos courtesy Hill Country Collectables.


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local dining

Kimberly’s By Bonnie Eissler


ddie and Kimberly Dwyer opened their “traditional American cuisine with a twist” dining establishment in August 2018. The serendipity of Kimberly rhyming with the name of the town made naming the restaurant a foregone conclusion. Items on the menu, such as Kimberly’s Giant Pretzel and Dr. Miller’s BLT, are named for “family and friends who are dear to our hearts,” as an extra touch of warmth and whimsy for this family-oriented restaurant. Eddie has a lifetime of experience working in the restaurant industry. His dad was in the business of revitalizing restaurants which gave Eddie a valuable perspective about the qualities that make a business successful. “In South Padre, we had a full commercial bakery, a prime steakhouse restaurant and a catering service,” Eddie says, “we made everything from scratch.” Besides working in the family business, Eddie spent five years with Darden Restaurant Inc., an American multi-brand restaurant operation headquartered in Orlando, Florida. With more than 2,000 restaurant locations (including Eddie V’s Prime Seafood, Olive Garden, Chili’s, Longhorn Steakhouse among many others), Darden is the world’s largest full-service restaurant company, and an ideal place to learn everything there is to know about the business. “My job was menu creation,” Eddie says, “every quarter there were new menu items and changes to the menus at the different restaurants.” His experience shows: the menu for Kimberly’s in Wimberley includes familiar favorites as well as plenty of intriguing new taste temptations. Eddie and Kim visited Wimberley one weekend, explored the area around the square, went home and discussed possibilities for opening a restaurant there. Although they live in San Antonio, they decided Wimberley would be a good location, with lots of activity in the downtown area, locals as well as tourists. Eddie says he buys local Texas products whenever possible. “My brother-in-law, Mike, has a farm and ranch in the Valley, and is a good connection for this,” he says. Mike is also one of the family members who has a menu item (Chopped Steak) named after him. Traditional American foods like hamburgers, pasta salads, waffles and shakes always have a little extra something – barbecue chicken and avocado in the pasta salad, an egg (if you want it) on the burger, homemade sauces and salad dressings – that makes them extra special. Fresh seasonal produce and meat, consistency and quality control are all top priorities. The burgers and fries served at Kimberly’s are exceptionally good and highly rated by customers. “We use only the best quality beef,” Eddie says, “fresh, never frozen, and the fries are hand-cut.” See KIMBERLY’S IN WIMBERLEY, page 11



And if you don’t eat beef, don’t despair. At Kimberly’s, for burgers and for a variation on the taco salad, there’s the “Impossible Burger,” a tasty option for vegans and vegetarians. Dr. Miller’s BLT sounds too good not to try, and it’s definitely a twist on a traditional favorite. The bread is actually jalepeno cornbread cooked in a waffle maker, spread with chipotle butter and piled high with spring mix, tomato, bacon, and avocado. Kim and Eddie have a commercial kitchen in their home and have always enjoyed entertaining and cooking for their friends and family who often asked, “When are you going to open your own restaurant?” Eddie says, “Many of the recipes are our own personal recipes that we tweaked to fit what we’re doing here.” From starters like the giant pretzel or avocado caprese toast to a really crazy shake of a dessert, Kimberly’s in Wimberley is a great new place to eat downtown. The current menu selection has a lot to choose from and additional items are yet to come. Eddie says with a smile, “A lady gave me some good ideas for breakfast items – if we follow through with the idea, we’ll name it after her.” Kimberly’s in Wimberley is located at 303 Wimberley Square, Wimberley, TX 78676. Open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Friday from 11 am to 8:30 pm; breakfast, lunch and dinner Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 8:30 pm. For more information, call 512-842-1800 or visit the website at kimberlysinwimberley.com. Photos courtesy Kimberly’s in Wimberley.

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Wimberley Valley  Art League

The Waters Point, venue for WVAL’s Art Fest. INSET L-R: Art brings community together at the Art League show. Photo courtesy of Winifred Simon. Wimberley Classic Car Club and artists at the annual Wimberley Valley Art League Arts Fest at the Waters Point. Photos courtesy Wimberley Valley Art League.

By Colleen Brooks


he Wimberley Valley Art League (WVAL) continues to grow and to support Hill Country artists, generating an ongoing interest in art within the community. This nonprofit organization was created by a handful of local artists in 1990 and now boasts more than 200 talented members. League members are active in Wimberley, volunteering at Lions Club Market Days and are also responsible for the Art in Public Places program. “Our goal when we started the program was to share the wonderful artwork of our members and give them the opportunity to sell their work, but also to expose people of every age and every walk of life to original works of art by local artists,” explains Jan Fitzhugh, league president. You can see these art installations around town at Wimberley Community Center, the Village Library, Wimberley Medical Center, Wimberley Visitor Center, at the office of Dr. Eric Price and Ozona Bank. The league also hosts monthly demonstrations and ongoing workshops, in addition to six juried shows a year, an annual studio tour, and a annual fall show and sale. The spring event has evolved into their biggest yearly, Arts Fest.

In just 11 years, Arts Fest has grown from a dozen local artists sharing their works on the Wimberley Square to a large weekend event with more than 100 juried artists in attendance from across the country. This year’s Arts Fest will be April 27-28 at The Waters Point, located on Ranch Road 12 between the Wimberley Square and the Blanco River bridge. Expect an abundance of art, continuous live music, food, drinks, and a classic car show sponsored by the Wimberley Classic Car Club. The Water’s Point is a beautiful outdoor venue that provides ample shade under its outdoor structures and pecan grove – a truly enchanting setting for this rain or shine event. Attendees can expect to see art in a variety of mediums — sculpture, paintings, jewelry, furniture and pottery. “We’re excited to be host to a number of world class artists from all over the country,” Jan explains. “Many of them have joined us in the past and are coming back again this year.” Admission to Arts Fest is free, and dogs (on a leash) welcome. Wimberley Adoption Group (WAG), the local animal rescue group, will be on-site with dogs available for adoption. The league’s annual studio tour is held the last weekend

Supporting Local Artists for 29 Years

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See WVAL, page 14


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WVAL, from page 12

in September. Artists throughout the Wimberley Valley open their studios to the public, share their inner sanctum and talk about their creative process with tour participants. The last week in October, WVAL hosts the annual show and sale at the Wimberley Community Center. This popular event begins with an elaborate reception complete with wine and hors d’oeuvres Friday evening at 5 pm, and continues until 8


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pm. The sale goes on Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday noon to 4 pm. Attendees can see and purchase original artwork from about 40 artists. The Wimberley Valley Art League always welcomes new members. Membership is made up of art supporters and artists, and no one needs to be juried in. Jan smiles, “We’re a very friendly, inclusive group and we’re always happy to welcome new members to our midst. You’ll never feel like a stranger with this welcoming group.” Annual league membership fees are $35 for individuals or $50 for a family/couple. Members meet at the Wimberley Community Center at 14068 Ranch Road 12 the second Monday of every month (excluding June, July and August). Meetings begin at 6:30 pm, are open to the public and typically include a guest speaker and art demonstration.  Many arrive early for snacks and conversation. “The Wimberley Valley Art League provides opportunities for our members to socialize with, and learn from one another throughout the year,” Jan adds. “You’ll hear regularly from those who are members that they love the camaraderie that the league fosters through their events.” You can learn more about the Wimberley Valley Art League by visiting www.wimberleyartleague.org. You can also follow them on Facebook or call 512-826-4286. Arts Fest will be Saturday, April 27, from 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday, April 28 from 11 am to 5 pm at The Water’s Point. Parking will be available on-site, with free shuttles from the parking lot to the fest.

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The Cedar Chest Open Daily 10 am-5:30 pm • 13915 Ranch Rd 12 • Wimberley, TX 78676 512-847-1100 15   Welcome to Wimberley Spring/Summer 2019


Jean’s Antique Mall discover

By Bonnie Eissler


etra Drumwright, owner and proprietor of Jean’s Antique Mall, sits on her latest acquisition, a beautiful rosewood chair upholstered in pink velvet. She points to the couch nearby that’s been reupholstered in a 1980s era printed fabric and was brought to the store along with the chair. “It’s better to upholster furniture like this in a solid color and classic fabric like velvet,” she says, “the resale value is higher.” Petra grew up in Galveston, a city steeped in history and with a lot of history and a good selection of antiques. She collects things, as might be expected, and has a particular fondness for antique and vintage dishes. Many years ago, her husband threw out a barrel of treasured dishes when they moved because they didn’t have the space for them. Petra laughs and says, “I’ve been filling up that barrel ever since – lots and lots of barrels.” Petra has been at the helm of the store for five years. Jean’s Antiques is named for Melba Jean Williams, who still lives nearby. “She and her husband were both teachers,” Petra says, “they opened the antique store in the 1980s.” Today, the store features 20 vendors selling a wide variety of items, including furniture, jewelry, antiques, vintage clothing, pocket knives, dolls, collectibles, lots of knickknacks and unusual one-of-a-kind finds. An antique should be at least 100 years old while vintage is less than that, often between 25 and 50 years old. To make things even more complicated, there’s a retro category that includes outdated styles that are fashionable once again. Antiques run in cycles. What’s in fashion one year is out the next. Petra really likes depression glass that comes in many colors and styles and has been highly collectible since the 1960s, but “is currently out of favor,” she says. “Actually, a lot of antiques are out of fashion now,” she says, except for 1970s See JEAN’S ANTIQUES, page 18

Petra Dunright, the owner and proprietor of Jean’s Antique Mall.

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JEAN’S ANTIQUES, from page 16

items that a lot of young people consider to be antiques. “Midcentury kitchen items are popular,” she says. Collecting dishes, whether blue and white china, brown pottery, or depression glass can be a real passion. A particular pattern or dish is like a portal to another time – a special wedding gift, a treasured platter or sugar bowl that’s been passed down through the generations, a cookie jar that’s just like the one your grandmother had. Collectors of antique and vintage plates and dishware will find much to appreciate at Jean’s. Of the many different Chinese inspired landscape patterns, there is none dearer to the hearts of blue-and-white collectors than the Blue Willow, a transfer print created and mass produced in England in 1780. There are hundreds of documented makers in Great Britain and around the world, but to be a true Blue Willow pattern, there must be willow trees, a fence, a boat, a teahouse or pagoda, a bridge with three men on it, and two birds in flight. The elaborate design has inspired romantic fables and various stories including a comic opera in 1901, a silent film in 1914, and a beloved children’s novel in 1940. Jean’s Antiques has many different types and colors of dishes, including a variety of blue-and-white patterns. Petra sometimes takes items on consignment, but she

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usually purchases them. “I used to shop around the markets,” she says, “but I don’t need to do that much now because so many people are regulars and they bring things to me,” – like the rosewood chair covered with pink velvet. Jean’s Antiques is located at 11552 Ranch Road 12 in Wimberley. Hours are Monday through Saturday from 10:30 am to 5:30 pm. For more information, call 512-847-3305 or visit the website at jeansantiquemalltx.com. Photos by Bonnie Eissler.


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Photo by Colleen Brooks.

In Style Accessories owners Kristi and Larry Broadway. Photo courtesy In Style Accessories.

In Style Accessories By Colleen Brooks


ust a peek into In Style Accessories and you’ll realize, this isn’t your ordinary shoe store. Owners Larry and Kristi Broadway have created a unique experience where women (and men) can shop for stylish comfort shoes, without having to sacrifice fashion. Larry has been in the shoe business for 55 years and has owned several shoe stores during that time. He opened his first shoe store in Harlingen in 1979, followed by McAllen in 1984. From there, he left Texas and headed to Asheville, NC where he opened several stores - including his claim to fame, the first Brighton concept store in the U.S., in 1997. Larry laughs, “When I opened it, most people didn’t know what Brighton was. It was a bit ahead of its time.” Over time, Larry felt a draw back to Texas. “North Carolina was so different from what I was used to, he explains. “I felt like a fish out of water.” So, after careful consideration, he decided

on Austin. There, he took some time to consider where to hang his hat. “He kept coming to Wimberley,” Kristi explains. “Something about Wimberley kept calling him back.” Larry settled into Wimberley and started In Style Accessories with only one brand of shoe. He laughs, “It was Portania, which ironically, is no longer in business.” From there, his business has grown to over 35-40 different brands of comfort European shoes. Larry explains, “We’re a specialty store, not your cookie cutter shoe store. We carry unique brands, and we pride ourselves in carrying things you won’t find in department stores.” See IN STYLE ACCESSORIES, page 22

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WE SPECIALIZE IN TRENDY, STYLISH, COMFORTABLE SHOES — SIZES 5-11 Merrell • Rieker • Aetrex • Bionica • Vionic • Taos • Tamaris • Bernie Mev • Alegria • BZees Tony Pons • Spring Step • Olukai • Arcopedco • Pikolinos • Glitter Flops • Cobb Hill • Naot André Assous • Rockport • Artiste • Cloud • Earth • Remonte • Mephisto • Kork-Ease • Fit Flop

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You’ll find everything from boots to hand-painted sandals, flats, active shoes and casual slides, from brands like Aetrex, Alegria, Olukai (from Hawaii), Merrell, Rieker (from Germany), Naot (from Israel), Taos. Rockport/Cobb Hill, and Vionic, just to name a few. The store also features high-quality imported small leather goods, many brands of sunglasses and readers, fun and trendy socks, a small line of jewelry, shoulder slings, and many lines of wallets and handbags, including the hand painted brand, Anuschka. You’ll also find a “Men’s Corner,” with footwear and high-quality resort shirts. Their inventory is carefully selected from the Dallas Market and the national shoe convention in Las Vegas. Kristi laughs, “Every type of shoe we select has been tried on. You could have the cutest shoe in the world and if it doesn’t fit right, you won’t sell it.” Larry adds, “We’re buying shoes for all women. We’re buying what we think the customer wants.” Kristi originally came from a health and fitness background when she decided to put that aside to join her husband in the business. “He was working so hard,” Kristi explains. “We decided I was going to come on board to help him out.” She laughs, “Both of us are now working six days a week. Each year we’ve had growth, for 18 years.” In a time where there are very few independent shoe stores, Kristi and Larry have regulars that come from all over Texas just to shop at their store. Larry explains, “We’re a destination now. We get women who come once or twice a year from all over Texas, even Houston. They say there’s not anything like that there. We hear this repeatedly.” In Style is an open stock store, so shoppers can try everything on at their own pace. Kristi smiles, “It gives them a chance to have fun, try on things, and play. It’s like having your own closet to play in. When customers walk in, I say, ‘Welcome to Paradise!’ It’s not uncommon to have women in here for a couple of hours.” Larry explains, “I think that concept of openstock really works for us. We’ll give you as much service as you want, but if you don’t want it, we’ll leave you on your own. Everyone who works here has product knowledge. There’s no pressure, no one is on commission.”

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“We’re a trendy store,” Larry says. “We have our own unique personality here, and there’s really not another store that I know of that has the selection of merchandise we carry. We’ve been told by so many customers that they think this is the best shoe store in Texas. We’ve found our niche.” Kristi reflects at In Style’s beginning 18 years ago and smiles, “I’m very, very proud of my husband and what he’s accomplished.” In Style Accessories is located at 107 Old Kyle Road in Wimberley, just a few doors down from I’noz. Hours are Monday through Friday 10 am to 5:30 pm, Saturday 10 am to 6 pm, and Sunday 11 am to 5 pm. For more information, call 512-847-1765 or follow In Style Accessories on Facebook. Photos courtesy In Style Accessories.


SHOPPING “Best Vintage Find” Southern Accents • “Where to Buy” London Financial Times 2006


14200 Ranch Road 12, indigobrew.com


SIP ON THE SQUARE 101 Wimberley Square, siponthesquare.com

CACTUS COFFEE 411 FM 2325 (at Odie’s), cactuscoffeeshop.com



Wild West Store


•Buy! Sell! Trade!

“The Boot Whisperer”

as seen on BBC World News July 2013

Just off the Wimberley Square Olde Towne Plaza - 13709 RR 12

“Go for a consultation with the Boot Whisperer, who reads feet like a psychic reads palms.” Texas Monthly, August 2010 Open by appointment. Please call in advance 512-293-4890.

Please check websites for performance schedules

Community Pizza

111 Old Kyle Road, communitybeergarden.com

Ino’z Brew & Chew 14004 RR12, inozwimberley.com

Linda’s Fine Foods

500 FM 2325, lindaallencatering.com

Middleton Brewing

101 Oakwood Loop, middletonbrewingtx.com.

The Tavern at Cypress Falls

1 Woodcreek Circle, thelodgeatcypressfalls.com

The Wimberley Cafe

101-A Wimberley Square, wimberleycafe.com

River House

Good cooks need good tools!

Best Kitchen Store in the Hill Country

Celebrating 17 Years – Open 7 Days!

201 Wimberley Square • 512-847-1553 facebook.com/kissthecookwimberley


Superb ColleCtion

Home • Ladies • Gents • Baby + Gifts 102 Wimberley Square • Wimberley, TX 78676

512-847-7009 /River House Wimberley Spring/Summer 2019 Welcome to Wimberley   23

Libelula By Colleen Brooks


he Wimberley Square welcomed a new boutique last spring with mother and daughter team Julie and Ashley “Stella” Knoblauch. Libelula — which translates to dragonfly in Spanish — is a tribute to their beloved Dustin, who passed away suddenly in 2009. “My brother was always so full of life,” Ashley recalls. “He walked in a room and everyone knew he was there. He had tons of friends and was very goofy and funny. He wanted to make everyone laugh and if he didn’t, he’d just try harder until he did.” Dustin passed away just eight days before his 27th birthday after an automobile accident. The healing process brought his mother, Julie, to Wimberley. “It was a peaceful place to move to,” she recalls. “We searched the hill country, and something brought us here. There are so many beautiful oak trees. It’s full of animals with a variety of deer. Dustin’s patron saint is St. Francis, the saint of animals. I feel my son here.” The inspiration for her candle line, “Dust in the Wind,” came from a series of events that occurred after Dustin’s passing. The first was a red dragonfly who started visiting her pond. Julie smiles, “Red was Dustin’s favorite color. This dragonfly visited us every day and would let us get close to it, take photos and videos.” Ashley affirms, “We felt Dustin. This dragonfly wasn’t scared of us, no matter how close we tried to get.” After a few months, the dragonfly suddenly disappeared. Julie pleaded to see it one last time. The dragonfly reappeared, circled around her, and then was gone. Ashley recalls, “It reappeared in times of significance — like when Dad had his surgery, and it landed on his truck antenna. That was Dustin’s sign to us that he was always going to be with us. So, then it became our symbol.” As Julie was walking down gallery row in Santa Fe, NM, one evening, she saw a boutique named Dragonfly and, as she turned to the opposite side, a sign that read “Dust in the Wind.” Julie affirms, “Dragonflies symbolize change and are often believed to be visitors.” Her desire to keep her son’s memory alive through the light of a candle and the memories of those who knew him inspired her to create her Dust in the Wind candle line. Julie was working at a shop next door on the Wimberley Square with her candle line and a small area of boutique 24   Welcome to Wimberley Spring/Summer 2019

Dust in the Wind Candles clothing when her current storefront became available. She told her husband, “I don’t know how I’m going to do it, but it just feels right.” She called Ashley in San Antonio, and her daughter was ready to take the leap. “Since the dragonfly represents new beginnings, change and free spirit, we decided to name the store Libelula,” Ashley recalls. “The perfect day to open the business was on March 23, the day Dustin was born.” Inside Libelula, you’ll be greeted with warmth, smiles, and a variety of colorful merchandise that sparks positivity – Bohemian-style clothing for men and women, greeting cards, purses and totes, swimsuits, coverups, decorative pillows and prints, fair-trade merchandise, and a collection of beaded and inspirational jewelry. Ashley explains, “After my brother passed, we found a tiny piece of paper on his dresser that he had written on that said, ‘Diminish your fear and your weakness shall follow. Overcome your weakness and you shall not know fear.’” They incorporated the message into a beautiful copper bracelet, and it is the motto by which they live. Their Dust in the Wind candle line offers unique and refreshing scents, different from many of the candles currently on the market. You’ll find the rich scent of “Santa Fe” (made See LIBELULA, page 25

Ashley Knoblauch with the Dust in the Wind candle line.

LIBELULA, from page 24



Ashley and Julie Knoblauch show off their dragonfly collage. Photo by Colleen Brooks.

with orange and chili pepper), “Sensual” (an amber and leather scent made with six essential oils), and “Stella” (made with amber, smoky sandalwood, musk, and sweet vanilla). Julie laughs, “Dustin’s candle is our ‘signature’ candle, and it’s got three scents – ‘Jamaica me crazy,’ vanilla, and whiskey.” The boutique is also an ideal place to grab a last-minute gift, and the lad are happy to gift package your purchase. Dragonfly lovers will find cute merchandise in this free spirit boutique. Julie laughs, “We’ve actually had dragonflies fly into the store.” Libelula has served as a healing place for mother, daughter, and visitors alike. As Julie explains, “We often get dragonfly gifts from visitors. We’re very touched! Some of the people who come in have lost a child or a spouse or a loved one, and we can help them or inspire them. It has turned out to be a healing place for many of us.” Julie and Ashley reflect on their experience in Wimberley. “We love what we do here, and Dustin is with us all the time. Wealth isn’t what we have gotten by opening the store. All the money in the world doesn’t mean anything compared to the richness we have received here — connecting with people, being able to open our hearts, and being touched by their stories. That is the greatest gift of all!” Julie puts her arm around her daughter and smiles. “We are here to help others who have lost someone, too. We give a whole lot of hugs in this place,” she says. “It’s comforting, not only to them, but to us. We are doing okay. Dustin’s light lives on through us!” Libelula Free Spirit Boutique is located on the square in Wimberley, open Tuesday through Sunday 10:30 am to 5 pm. For more information, call 512-842-3372 and follow Libelula Free Spirit Boutique and Dust in the Wind on Facebook. Photos courtesy Libelula.

featuring Comfortable Casual to “Hill Country Chic”

Chosen Wimberley’s Best Women’s Boutique 2016, 2017 & 2018


10 am-5:30 pm


Noon - 5 pm

Many “Proudly Made in the USA” Apparel Companies “Santa Fe Serape” Jackets • Unique Handcrafted Jewelry

www.dovetailsofwimberley.com 13701 Ranch Rd 12 • Wimberley • 512-847-1263

Eclectic collections to inspire the flower child in you!

Bohemian Cool Styles

Colombian Island Swimwear & Cover Ups on the Wimberley Square 512-842-3372 Spring/Summer 2019 Welcome to Wimberley   25

By Bonnie Eissler


wners Matt and Jennie Horvath will celebrate the first anniversary of their garden center, Wimberley Gardens, in March 2019. Looking back over the previous year, it seems they were destined to be here at this location. Matt and Jennie were sitting outside the food trailers across the road adjacent to what was then the site of Miss Mae’s BBQ. Matt says, “We were thinking about what a nice garden center it would be.” This was more than just daydreaming over lunch. Just eight months later they got word that the building was coming available, and it wasn’t long before their dream became a reality. At every step of the process, the general consensus was “This is what you two need to do.” Matt is a natural for the business, having worked in a local family-run nursery in Pennsylvania for nearly 20 years and as manager for 10 years. For several years, he has owned and operated a successful landscaping company in Wimberley. “I also worked in corporate America for six or seven years,” Matt says, “and found out that wasn’t for me.” At Wimberley Gardens, he’s where he belongs, doing what he loves and what he does best. As for Jennie, who is a hair stylist by profession, she also helped Matt with the landscaping business and has always loved gardening. Wimberley Gardens provides the couple a way to combine their landscaping services with offering top quality plants and gardening supplies to their customers. Once the property was theirs, the work began in earnest. “We worked for two months, seven days a week, 10 hours a day.” They cleaned inside and out, opening up the spaces – the booths were the last to go — to transform the long-time Texas barbecue eatery into a spacious bright and colorful interior full of light and plants and garden accessories. “Friends and family were lifesavers during this time,” Jennie says. Most of the growers Wimberley Gardens work with are nearby in Austin, San Antonio and Marble Falls. Matt sought out the best sources in the area for providing plants of exceptional quality. “I always like to use native plants,” he says, “and native organic vegetables, herbs, organic soils, organic fertilizer and pesticides.” Because native plants are already adapted to a specific climate and region, they have better resistance to local weather and require less maintenance. Wimberley Gardens’ staff is knowledgeable about the types of plants that See WIMBERLEY GARDENS, page 27

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Wimberley Gardens owners Jennie and Matt Horvath.


are best for the challenges of gardening in the hardscrabble landscape of the Texas Hill Country. The gazillion rocks, scorching summer heat, occasional droughts and floods and a large roaming population of deer and other wildlife are not insurmountable obstacles to having a beautiful garden. Matt believes it’s important to educate people about drought tolerant native plants. He says, “Of course, the million dollar question is ‘what will the deer stay away from?’ and there are some plants that are better than others for that particular problem.” Jennie says, “We recently got in a new line of unique garden gift items, pottery and baskets for your plants, and an array of indoor houseplants, hanging baskets, succulents and herbs.” She is especially excited about a new line of Wimberley Garden spring candles she created and blended exclusive to the store. Wimberley Gardens is located at 419 FM 2325 in Wimberley. They are open seven days a week: Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday 8:30 am to 5 pm and Sun day 11 am to 4 pm. For more information, call 512-842-1220 or visit the website at wimberleygardens.com. Photos courtesy Wimberley Gardens.

Wimberley Gardens celebrates one year in March 2019.


Plant Nursery

specializing in native perennials, annuals, organic soils, compost, house plants, pottery, candles & unique gifts.

512.842.1220 • 419 FM 2325 • Wimberley


Cragg’s Do It Best Lumber and Home Center Special Orders Welcome • Helpful & Knowledgable Staff • We Do the Loading for You We Price Match our Competitors • Do it Right the First Time

Think outside the Box and shop local first. Family owned and operated. Two locations to serve you. Cragg’s Do it Best Lumber & Home Center 21100 Hwy. 46 West Bulverde/Spring Branch (830) 438-4732

Cragg’s Do It Best Lumber & Home Center II 16965 Ranch Road 12 @ Jacob's Well Rd. Wimberley (512) 847-5232

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Creekhaven Inn By Bonnie Eissler


ew owners Don and Helena Hauk have been at Creekhaven Inn for a mere three months, and they’ve already added two new suites downstairs and a romantic petite spa with side by side massage tables on the third floor. They’re freshening things up with paint, new linens and color schemes, modernizing with new high speed wireless network, and adding other subtle personal touches to décor and amenities. Creekhaven Inn, tucked away in a secluded location on Cypress Creek, is still the same magical place it’s been for many years. The ancient bald cypress tree “Monarch” still reigns supreme as the natural centerpiece of the property. Although this idyllic setting seems far removed from the outside world, Blue Hole Regional Park and Corral Theater are only five minutes away, and a 10-minute walk will take you to the shops, restaurants and art galleries on the Wimberley Square. Don and Helena love everything about this property, and their plans, some already underway and others yet to come, will only enhance the enduring appeal of this rural retreat. The 16 guest rooms and suites offer unique

Creekhaven Inn owners Don and Helena Hauk.

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floor plans, paint and design themes, and luxury features such as fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, and private decks or balconies. Helena and Don bought the inn complete with furnishings which included a number of vintage, antique and “statement” pieces, like two massive four panel wardrobes, antique armoire, tables and paintings. One of the new suites is Creek House, which was the original 1930s era fishing cabin on the property. This suite has rustic wood floors with antique nail heads, multiple windows and a private porch for a good view of the creek. Creek House has a full kitchen, making it an excellent choice for longer stays and for those visitors who like to prepare a few meals on their own. The other new suite, the Ranch Room, has a Western theme and was formerly the innkeepers’ living quarters. Although Helena plans to move eventually toward serving a plated breakfast, at this time the inn’s guests can enjoy a buffet style meal that features an egg-based breakfast casserole, fresh fruit, pastries, cereal and toast. “Sometimes we’ll have waffles or a French toast casserole that’s more like a bread pudding,” Helena says. They also serve delicious local organic coffee, fresh-roasted in small batches from D’s Roastery. Helena’s plan is to incorporate items from local and other Texas Hill Country businesses and artists into the inn’s décor and amenities when possible. “We have Hummingbird Farms (near Johnson City) lavender bath products in the suites and throughout the main house,” she says, “and there is a Rancho Deluxe poster, chair and pillows purchased from the Old Mill Store in the Ranch Room.” Her passion for hospitality began when she was 14 years old and working as a volunteer at the Chamber of Commerce in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Ten years ago, she served as See CREEKHAVEN, page 30


Wimberley Inn

Comfortable rooms in a beautiful, serene setting

Six Cottages

located on Cypress Creek Sleeps 31 guests with a variety of booking options from

or book direct by calling 512-722-3098! Book at LeewayCottages.net • Follow us @LeewayCottages

Great for wedding parties, rehearsal dinners, corporate meetings, family reunions, & vacations.

A Hill Country Hideaway • Walking distance to Wimberley Square & Blue Hole • Perfect for family gatherings or a romantic getaway • Home-cooked breakfast on weekends

200 FM 3237 • Wimberley, Texas 512-847-3750 • www.WimberleyInn.com

Relax, Reconnect & Retreat on Cypress Creek

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CREEKHAVEN, from page 28

Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce in Kyle and today both she and Don work in banking as SBA lending experts helping small business owners gain access to capital through SBA loan programs. Before her parents moved to Texas when she was 15, Helena lived in a small farming town south of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Don spent his early years in Idaho and living along the west coast in California and Washington. Although they first met in Buda where Don was one of the salesmen who worked with her dad, it would be 10 more years before the couple reconnected. Today, they’re married, the parents of two young children, and new innkeepers living their dream. Helena says, “ I went to three different high schools in three different states and what I want now is to settle in a home and be a part of a community.” Her experiences with event planning, working in the hotel industry, and as a small business lender reinforced and kindled her enthusiasm for helping people reach goals they didn’t think they could reach. “This is also about our dreams, as well as the desire to give other people an experience that can make great memories,” she says. Creekhaven Inn & Spa is located at 400 Mill Race Lane, in Wimberley. For more information about the fascinating history of the inn, detailed descriptions of each room and suite, prices, to check availability and make reservations, visit the website at creekhaveninn.com or call 512-847-9344. Photos courtesy Creekhaven Inn.


BANDIT’S HIDEAWAY A Vintage Accommodation Bandit’s Loft sleeps 4 - $140 for 2

The Wimberley Square in the 1930s. Photo courtesy Dorothy Wimberley Kerbow.


In the 1850s, Wimberley had a grist mill, tannery, store, shoe shop, and a school that was also used as a church and meeting hall. By the 1870s, it also had a blacksmith. By 1880, the Post Office was set up. By 1900, nine houses were built around the square. By the 1920s, the county finally started to improve roads in and out of the village (the road to San Marcos was paved in 1921). By 1939, electricity was available. The population tripled from 1880 to 1947, based on estimates by the Post Office, to a little more than 400 people.

Bandit’s Cottage sleeps 2 - $120

On the Blanco River Small Dogs Welcome! www.banditshideaway.com • 512-847-9088 Cabins also available for smaller groups.

1/2 mile stretch of Blanco River Access • Swimming Pool & Pioneer Town with a free scavenger hunt for kids to explore


Wimberley Fire & Rescue Central Station 512-847-5356 / 911 111 Green Acres Drive. wimberleyfire.com.

EMS Wimberley EMS

512-847-2526 / 911, wimberleyems.com

Sleeps up to 40 in 10 private bedrooms

Commercial kitchen & dining space for 40

Perfect for family reunions, youth groups, & corporate retreats


Seton Medical Center Hays in Kyle 512-324-5000, seton.net Central Texas Medical Center in San Marcos 512-353-8979, ctmc.org Seton Southwest Hospital in Austin 512-324-9000. seton.net Christus Santa Rosa Hospital in New Braunfels 830-643-6100, mckenna.org


Brookshire Brothers Pharmacy 14100 Ranch Road 12 • 512-847-7520 HEB Pharmacy 14501 Ranch Road 12. 512-847-3048 Wimberley Pharmacy 120 Joe Wimberley Blvd., 512-847-2288

512-847-2517 www.7ARanch.co 333 Wayside Dr. Wimberley, Texas 78676

Find Us on Facebook facebook.com/wimberleyguide


Wimberley Village Library 400 FM 2325 • 512-847-2188, wimberleylibrary.org


Austin-Bergstrom International Airport 512-530-2242, ci.austin.tx.us: 42 miles San Antonio International Airport 210-207-3514, infax.com/mobile/sat/: 62 miles


Wimberley Post Office 111 Joe Wimberley Boulevard • 512-847-2623


Blue Hole Regional Park 100 Blue Hole Lane • 512-660-9111 Cypress Creek Nature Preserve 512- 847-0025 Jacob’s Well Natural Area 1699 Mount Sharp Road • 512- 214-4593 Spring/Summer 2019 Welcome to Wimberley   31

Making a difference with local youth

Camp Good Sam By Colleen Brooks


he Wimberley Community is known for its “Wimberley Strong” spirit and help thy neighbor attitude. Through Good Samaritan Community Services, they’ve also been able come together to improve the lives of lowincome families in Hays County. Camp Good Sam Wimberley was established in 2014 when a few members of the Wimberley ISD School District and St. Stephen’s Church recognized a need within the community for children participating in the free or reduced lunch program. Marby Shaw, Camp Good Sam Manager, explains “We wanted to level the playing field for all youth and make sure our kids aren’t having that summer slide. We wanted to give them opportunities to build on what they learned throughout the year. The community heard what we did in other cities and said, ‘We need to have that here.’”

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Good Samaritan Community Services is based out of San Antonio and offers Camp Good Sam in Brownsville, Sonora, Rio Grande Valley, and San Antonio. They do this through community involvement, volunteers, and donations. Marby explains, “It’s really the community coming together and putting this together for the youth of Wimberley. The district and the volunteers from the community have been so instrumental in how well the camp has done.” This year’s camp is scheduled June 3 – July 12 at Scudder Primary school in Wimberley. Camp times are Monday through Thursday from 8 am to 4 pm. Breakfast, lunch, and snacks are provided. Any child entering the first through fifth grade who is receiving free or reduced lunch is welcome to enroll. “Every year we pick a book theme, and we essentially bring that book to life,” Marby explains. “It’s a big deal for the See CAMP GOOD SAM, page 34


Within walking distance of the Wimberley Square, restaurants and shops. To book your next event visit www.wimcc.org or call (512) 847-2510 • 5,000 + sq. feet of space for receptions or conferences • 3 versatile event/meeting spaces • Full Catering Kitchen • Free Wi-Fi • Free Parking

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CAMP GOOD SAM, from page 32

kiddos and the staff. This year we will have a Percy Jackson book theme. Everything in the six-week camp including the field trips, curriculum, and the camp decorations will be centered around this.” Campers begin each day with breakfast followed by a giant pep rally they call “community time,” which builds camaraderie. Marby explains “It starts their day in a positive way. They learn dances, we do fun competitions or cheers, and sometimes the staff even competes. We just celebrate another day.”

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Specific learning goals bridge and build upon what the kids learned during the school year. Children attend field trips, specifically a college tour, so they can have the expectation of attending college. They also participate in service projects to understand the significance of giving back to the community. A guest speaker will get them thinking about what they might want to be when they grow up. In addition, the camp engages the family to ensure they are part of the child’s learning. At the end of six-weeks, a culminating event is held, celebrating each child’s participation in the program. Camp Good Sam also provides opportunities for ten kids ages 10 - 15 from each camp to attend Camp Capers in Waring, TX, the week after Camp Good Sam, where campers have a chance to connect with kids from all the other Camp Good Sam groups in Texas. Marby smiles, “Rick Riordan attended Camp Capers as a kid and based Camp Half-Blood on Camp Capers. So, this year, it will be extra exciting for the kids.” This will be the camp’s sixth summer in Wimberley. Traci Maxwell, Camp Good Sam Wimberley Advisory Board Chair, explains, “Every child is not alike, nor do they learn at the same capacity or speed; Camp Good Sam helps to close the gap and prevent the “summer slide” we see in learning for some children.” “The best part is, all the learning that is happening over the summer is disguised as fun for them all, tied to a great story and in an environment that not only feeds their brain but feeds them physically as well,” she says. “A tall order but we have been successfully doing this for the past five years and hope to continue for some time.  To make that happen, we need community support in many capacities!” For more information about the Camp Good Sam Wimberley program, call Marby Shaw at 210-900-6775 or  email marby. shaw@goodsamtx.org. To volunteer, call Lukas Sehlke at 210-4345531 ext. 2058, or email volunteer.coordinator@goodsamtx.org.  To learn more about Camp Good Sam Wimberley, or to donate, visit the website at www.goodsamaritancommunityservices.org. You can also support Camp Good Sam through Amazon Smile and follow them at Facebook/campgoodsamwimberley. Photos courtesy Camp Good Sam Wimberley.




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FREE CONSULTATION The Med Spa, Yvette Strange Dr. Ramirez, Medical Director


210 Masonic Lodge Rd, Wimberley, TX • 512-847-9000

Wimberley Visitors Center 14100 FM 2325 (in front of Brookshire Brothers) 9 am - 4 pm Monday - Saturday and 1 pm to 4 pm Sunday.

512-847-2201 for more information

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So much to do & see shopping & dining

On & Around the Square Love to shop? You’re in the right town! Well known for a variety of unique shops, boutiques and galleries on and around the charming Square, Wimberley offers shopping choices for just about everyone. You’ll find a great selection of fine art, custom jewelry, gourmet food and gifts and fashion, plus plenty of dining options. Head to town, get out and explore, or plan your excursion online with information from wimberleymerchants.com and visitwimberley.org, 512-847-2201.

theatre & community events

in Wimberley


The Wimberley Players

Photo courtesy Wimberley Players.

Founded in 1979, the Players are the oldest non-profit organization in town. The group’s mission is to provide first-class live theater and they do not disappoint! If you have the opportunity, catch a performance in the intimate Wimberley Playhouse. The 2019 season includes “Proof,” “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas,” “Picnic” and “Next to Normal.” Details and tickets at wimberleyplayers.org. The Wimberley Playhouse is at 450 Old Kyle Road. For more information, call 512- 847-0575.

ride a zipline

Photo courtesy EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens.

EmilyAnnTheatre & Gardens Bring a picnic, stroll the paths, play in the musical gardens or enjoy a game of chess or checkers on the oversized board at the EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens. You can hike to the top of the hill to Veterans Memorial Plaza, and enjoy 360-degree views around the Wimberley Valley. The EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens truly offer a wealth of family entertainment and theatre, and serve as a special place for remembrance of loved ones. Don’t miss the 21st annual Butterfly Festival Saturday, April 27, where you can see more than 3,800 butterflies released throughout the day of fun. Attendees can enjoy crafts, games, bounce houses, wonderful food, an exotic butterfly flight house and much more The EmilyAnn’s 2019 theatre season includes “Twelfth Night” and “Antony and Cleopatra,” William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It,” old West melodrama “Fast Freddie & That Darn Time Thingamabob” and “Steel Magnolias.” The children’s series features “Three Billy Goats Gruff,” “Snow White and Red Rose” and “Rumpelstiltskin.” EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens is at 1101 Farm Market 2325. For information, call 512-847-6969 or visit emilyann.org. 36   Welcome to Wimberley Spring/Summer 2019

Photo courtesy Wimberley Zipline.

Wimberley Zipline Adventures Experience high flying fun on an action packed ride at Wimberley Zipline, as you soar over canyons and creeks with 15-mile views of the Wimberley Valley on a series of 10 zip line crossings. Tours last 1-1/2 to 2 hours. Admission is $90 per person, and includes parking, equipment, training, a guided walking tour, bottled water and the zipline adventure. Wimberley Zipline is located south of Wimberley on Four Winns’ Ranch at 300 Winn Valley Drive. Advance reservations required; guests must be 9 years of age or older; legal guardian must sign release for participants less than 18. Visit wimberleyzipline.com or call 512-847-9990. See THINGS TO DO, page 38


Wimberley Life Care “Personalized Quality Care in a Homelike Setting”

Assistance with Medication, Grooming & Hygiene Nutritious Meals • Housekeeping Laundry • Large front porch Living area for reading, visiting, music & watching TV

Owner Janice Breeze

512-847-5676 Facility ID# 000974

Help us save lives Adopt  Volunteer  Foster  Donate We are a non-profit public charity for dog rescue and adoption serving Wimberley and western Hays County.

512-847-3200  www.wimberleywagrescue.org

General Domestic Automotive Repair

Leesa Stafford 512-847-3855 11552 Ranch Road 12 Wimberley, TX Next to Jean’s Antiques Appointments Tues-Sat

101 Twilight Trail


Your 24/7 Emergency Team Award-winning Stroke Care Cardiac Cath Labs Chest Pain Center

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THINGS TO DO, from page 38

shop market days

wine tasting

Photo courtesy Wimberley Valley Winery.

Wimberley Valley Winery Wimberley Market Days

Photos courtesy Wimberley Lions.

Shop Wimberley Lions Market Days the first Saturday of the month, March through December, from 7 am to 4 pm (rain or shine). You can peruse 475-plus booths filled with treasures along wide, tree-shaded paths, and enjoy a variety of food and drink. Live music begins at 11 am, performed on three stages. Wimberley Lions Club Market Day is at 601 FM 2325. There is ample parking in three Lions Club lots, plus other nearby private lots. For information, visit shopmarketdays.com.

Susanna’s Kitchen Coffee House

Susanna’s Kitchen Coffee House Concert Series

presents Music lovers, take advantage of Susanna’s Kitchen Coffee House, a monthly concert series hosted the third Thursday of each month at Wimberley United Methodist Church. This intimate smokeand alcohol-free venue, offers the Eliza Gilkyson audience a wonderful listening Thursday, March 21 Pie, Pizza & Tamales experience and hosts renowned Doors Open at 7 pm ALL ARE WELCOME Texas artists. Past performers include Slaid Cleaves, Butch Hancock, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Slaid Cleaves Dale Watson, Susan Gibson, Eliza Gilkyson, Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines, Kevin Welch and others. Doors open by 7 pm, music starts at 7:30 pm. Food and drink is available for purchase, including tamales, pie, coffee and sodas. Wimberley United Methodist Church is at 1200 County Road 1492. All are welcome, tickets available at the door. For more information, visit wimberleyumc.org/susannas-kitchen. Adults $25 • Students under 18 - $5 Wimberley United Methodist Church

Founded in 1983, Wimberley Valley Winery has a history of producing wines in Central Texas with a “focus on quality and a wide selection to suit all palates.” Stop by for a tasting. If there are 10 or more people in your, be sure to make a reservation! Open 7 days a week, Wimberley Valley Winery and Tasting Room is at 2825 Lone Man Mountain Road in Driftwood. Call 512-847-2592 to inquire about availability and pricing. For information, visit wimberleyvalleywine.com. Bella Vista Ranch enjoys sharing a “Touch of Tuscany In Texas” and invites you to learn more about the structure of a traditional Italian family farm; an indepth exploration of olive trees and oils. Tours are available any day of the week (depending upon availability) for groups of 12 or more). Walk through picturesque olive orchards and gardens, while your host provides a thorough overview. By appointment only. Visit texasoliveoil.com or call 512-847-6514.

olive orchard tours

rum tasting

Corner of RR 12 & CR 1492 • 512-847-3109

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April 18 • $25 Admission

A portion of the proceeds go to Operation Good Shepherd, Barnabas Connection & Bright Beginnings Preschool at Wimberley UMC

Bootiful Wimberley

boot trail

Have you ever seen anything like it? Spend some time enjoying the 6-foot fiberglass cowboy boots — painted by area artists — all over town! A project of the Wimberley Valley Arts and Cultural Alliance, the “Bootiful Wimberley” collection includes 50 unique and artisticlly themed boots. Stop by the Wimberley Visitor Center (512-847-2201) or visit bootifulwimberley.com for a Boot Trail map. 38   Welcome to Wimberley Spring/Summer 2019

Photo by Laurel Robertson.

Cypress Creek Reserve Rum Using fresh spring water that feeds Cypress Creek and blackstrap molasses from the cane fields of East Texas and Louisiana, David Watson experimented for years to work out the recipe and distillation process and developed an award-winning crystal rum, vanilla rum and a gourmet vanilla extract. 1400 Jacobs Well Road. Complimentary rum tasting Tuesday through Thursday from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm and Friday from 11 am to 6 pm. Visit cypressreserve.com or call 512-847-6874.

local schools



public Wimberley ISD wimberley.txed.net, 512-847-2414

Wimberley ISD provides public education to students in Wimberley and the surrounding areas. Children from pre-K through 12th grade attend classes on four separate campuses. SCUDDER ELEMENTARY Pre-K - 1st grade 400 Green Acres Rd., 512-847-3407 JACOBS WELL ELEMENTARY Grades 2-5. 3470 Ranch Road 2325, 512-847-5558 DANFORTH JUNIOR HIGH Grades 6-8. 200 Texas Boulevard, 512-847-2181 WIMBERLEY HIGH SCHOOL Grades 9-12 100 Carney Lane, 512-847-5729. In addition to a strong academic program, Wimberley High School is known for its prowess in UIL competitions. The theater department has a history of awards. The band is successful in marching and concert season. Opportunities for involvement in clubs and organizations abound, a strong sports program includes football, tennis, basketball, track, softball, volleyball, more.

Katherine Anne Porter School Grades 9-12

Ages 3-13 45 La Buena Vista Drive, 512-847-6055 Providing a Montessori-based education for students

St. Stephen’s Episcopal School

Ages 3 through sixth grade. 6000 FM 3237, 512-847-9857, ststeveschool.org For 25 years, St. Stephen’s has been helping students develop a lifelong love for learning.  



Nurturing today for a better tomorrow


Wimberley Montessori School

Providing individualized child care and education in a nurturing, home-like, Christ-centered environment



Full-time & Part-time Available


515 FM 2325, 512-847-6867, kapschool.org. Free, public charter high school. KAPS mission: “We educate and empower our students with knowledge, skills, and practices to be successful and compassionate in school and life.” Accelerated curriculum, advanced placement (AP) courses available. Evening “Dragon Knights” program and a wide variety of unique electives.


Providing an enriching educational environment with intimate class sizes, we empower students to live authentically, think expansively, and serve selflessly.

Call 512-847-9857 to schedule your visit.

Zweites Haus School Of Wimberley

Ages kindergarten through fifth grade 1500 Fischer Store Road, 512-847-7459, learningandlove.com. Christian-based child care and education for children ages two months to pre-kindergarten. Also offers fun-filled after-school program including pickup from local elementary schools and homework help, daily, for children.

We’re closer than you think!


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Church Leaders

St. Mary Catholic Church

Tim Moore Wimberley Church of Christ

Weekend/Weekday Mass Schedule Saturday ......................................5:30 pm (Vigil Mass) Sunday English ............................ 8:00 am & 10:00 am Sunday Spanish ............................................. 12:00 pm Tuesday............................................................. 6:00 pm Wednesday - Friday ...........................................9:00 am

Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confessions) Saturday ....................... 4 pm-5 pm & by appointment


im Moore is a native Texan who grew up in the oil fields of north Texas near Wichita Falls. After attending school in Lubbock, he and his wife, Brooke, spent 15 years in the western Colorado town of Paonia, where Tim was minister for the Paonia Church of Christ. Tim and Brooke moved to Wimberley in March of 2003. They have three grown children and four grandchildren. Wimberley Church of Christ meets at 15500 North Raanch Road 12. Sunday morning Bible Study is at 9:30 am, followed by Worship at 10:30 am. Sunday evening Bible Study is at 5 pm, Wednesday evening Bible Study is at 7 pm. For more information, visit wimberleychurchofchrist.org.

https://smwimberley.org phone 512-847-9181 • fax 512-847-5573 email: office@smwimberley.org 14711 Ranch Rd 12 • Wimberley, TX 78676

Dear Neighbor, SSEC Promises to Be a Parish that is ... totally vibrant radically different mission-oriented We invite you to join us this Spring.

SUN Services: 8:00 a.m. Traditional, 10:30 a.m., Full Choir SUN School: 9:15 a.m. (Adult), 10:15 a.m. (Kids), 5:00 p.m. (JH, HS) For a complete listing, visit www.ststeve.org/calendar.

We have fun programs for all ages: children, teens, adults.

Rev. Jim Denham Chapel in the Hills


everend Jim Denham and Molly moved to Wimberley from South Padre Island where Jim served as resident Chaplain for Chapel by the Sea since 2008. From 1999 to 2008, Reverend Denham had previously served as Senior Pastor for the Chapel in the Hills in Wimberley. Jim has also served as Director of Chaplaincy Services for the Seton Hospital System, Pastor of Austin Heights Baptist Church and Hospice Chaplain for Girling Home Hospice. Jim has a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University of Texas in Austin, a Masters of Divinity from Southern Baptist Seminary, Louisville, KY, and Clinical Pastoral Education from Baptist Hospital, San Antonio. “Let’s jump start the joy and happiness and see what God can do with our efforts to be his followers at our special place to worship, our church, Chapel in the Hills,” says Reverend Denham. Jim and Molly have three daughters and two grandsons. Molly is an Education Consultant. For information, visit wimberleychapelinthehills.com.

Wimberley Visitors Center St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church 6000-A F.M. 3237, Wimberley TX 78676 512-847-9956 www.ststeve.org

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14100 FM 2325 (in front of Brookshire Brothers) 9 am - 4 pm Monday - Saturday • 1 pm to 4 pm Sunday.

For more information, call 512-847-2201.

Local Churches


Wimberley Church of Christ

Chapel In The Hills

St Mary Catholic Church

14601 Ranch Rd 12 512-847-9762 wimberleychapelinthehills.com

14711 Ranch Rd 12 512-847-9181 smwimberley.org

Sunday Morning Bible Study 9:30 am Worship 10:30 am

Hill Country Cowboy Church

St Stephen’s Episcopal

Tuesday Ladies Bible Study 10 am

120 Green Acres Drive 512-847-9526 hillcountrycowboychurch.com

Cowboys for Jesus 8400 FM 32 Fischer, Texas 210-389-6235 cowboysforjesus.com

Cypress Creek Church 211 Stillwater 512-847-1222 cypresscreekchurch.com

First Baptist Church 15951 Winters Mill Pkwy. 512-847-9035 fbcwimberley.com

Freedom Valley Fellowship 10691 Ranch Road 12 512-680-9765 freedomvalleyfellowship.org

Jehovah’s Witness 443 Jacobs Well Road 512-847-8129 • jw.org

Lutheran Church of the Resurrection Spoke Hill at Ranch Rd. 12 512-847-3386 welcometonewlife.org

6000 Ranch Road 3237 512-847-9956 ststeve.org

Unity Church of Wimberley 455 White Wings Road 512-847-6587 unityofwimberley.com

Wednesday Bible Study 7 pm

15500 North Ranch Road 12 • 512-847-9357

Chapel in the Hills Interdenominational Church

Wimberley Church of Christ 15500 Ranch Rd. 12 512-847-9357 wimberleychurchofchrist.org

Wimberley Christian Church 13706 Ranch Rd 12 512-847-3853 wimberleychristianchurch.com

Wimberley Presbyterian 956 Ranch Rd 2325 512-847-5292 wimpres.org

Wimberley United Methodist Church County Road 1492 & Ranch Road 12 512-847-3109 wimberleyumc.org


Worship Services 9 am & 11 am • Christian Education 10 am Rev. Jim Denham Childcare Provided 14601 Ranch Road 12 North (next to HEB) • 512-847-9762

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101 W. Spoke Hill Drive at RR 12 Wimberley, Texas

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Real Estate Professionals

Betty & Steve Giannone, GRI, SRS, RSPS, MRP, Luxury Collection & Presidents Circle

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Allison “AJ” Harwood, JD, MBA, GRI, CIAS RE/MAX Real Properties The Owner/Broker of RE/MAX REAL PROPERTIES, AJ offers extensive knowledge in Marketing, Finance, Contract Negotiations and Real Estate Law. He offers professional representation for both Buyers and Sellers in Real Estate transactions including Fine Homes, Recreational Ranches, Waterfront, Commercial and Investment Properties. He is consistently ranked as a “Peak Producer” by the Austin Board of REALTORS® (HW area) and RE/MAX of TEXAS. RE/MAX offers the most comprehensive collection of online information in Real Estate, so call AJ today to put his experience, the best technology and the very best brand name in the industry to accomplish your Real Estate goals. “I will make a constant effort to provide you with excellent service and I value the confidence you’ve placed in me and look forward to hearing from you soon. Thanks again for your support and the opportunity to be the trusted real estate resource for you and your family, friends and associates,” AJ says. AJ and his wife, Devrie, are proud parents of Heather and Holly. Call AJ today at 512-847-SOLD (7653)

Linda Germain,

Steve and Betty Giannone have lived in Wimberley and worked in Real Estate in the Texas Hill Country for more than 28 years. Steve’s background is in the mortgage industry, which equips him with outstanding value analysis and negotiating skills. Betty’s experience is in real estate marketing where she honed her skills at reaching out to buyers for national development companies. With their combined talents, specializing in marketing and transaction management they offer both buyers and sellers a distinct advantage in the real estate marketplace. Steve attended St. Thomas in Houston, and he enjoys watching professional sports and chasing a small white ball in Texas wide open spaces. Betty grew up in Chicago but moved to Austin for the music in the late ’70s. She also enjoys chasing the white ball, just from several strokes behind. Together they have raised three fine young men in Wimberley. Trust, integrity, stability and longevity are the hallmarks of Don Johnson REALTORS, the area’s oldest real estate brokerage. Founded by Don and Ann Johnson more than 50 years ago, the company currently has four offices and 150 Realtors. State of the art technology and an unyielding commitment to customer service are the tools and ideals we think give our clients an advantage in the real estate market place. Betty and Steve’s production is rated in the top 4 percent nationally!

Keller Williams Realty

Barbara Latimer, Broker/Branch Manager Hills of Texas / Sky Realty

Linda Germain has been a Realtor here in the Texas Hill Country with Keller Williams Realty for the past 15 years, since starting her Real Estate career in 2004. Born and raised in San Francisco, CA, Linda attended San Francisco State College, majored in Business, and then spent more than 25 years in retail management for major retailers. Outstanding customer service has always been a high priority in Linda’s retail career and remains her number one priority in working with her Real Estate clients. She is a member of the National and Texas Association of Realtors, as well as the Austin and Four Rivers Board of Realtors. Linda and her husband, Gene, moved to Wimberley 15 years ago and both are active, involved members of the Wimberley community. Linda has served a total of three terms on the Board of Directors for the Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce, having served as the Board’s Chairperson for two years. She is past President and current Membership Chair for the Wimberley Community Chorus and served two terms as Secretary of the Wimberley Valley Arts & Cultural Alliance (WVACA). As a long-time volunteer for Alzheimer’s Texas, Linda facilitates the Wimberley Alzheimer’s Caregivers Support Group, teaches caregiver classes for Alzheimer’s Texas and has been a partner in establishing and operating ‘Circle of Friends,’ a weekly Respite Program established through the Wimberley Senior Center that is in it’s fourth year of operation. “It is a joy to live here in Wimberley and an honor to serve and ‘give back’ to the Wimberley community.”

Broker/Owner at Hills of Texas Realty, Barbara merged her company with Sky Realty in 2015 to form Hills of Texas Sky Realty. Her 20-plus years’ experience and knowledge of the market provides the highest level of service for her clients. “It’s work I love. There is nothing else I’d rather do, she says. “There are challenges to working in a rural market, but I thrive on those challenges. Every property is unique and interesting. I love problem solving and helping my clients.” Well, septic and Oak wilt inspections are typical occurrences for Barbara, but to urban agents they can be foreign. A local market expert and a Texas Monthly magazine “Five Star Real Estate Agent” for the last 8 years, it is obvious Barbara loves her career and is eager to help buyers and sellers. Her clients definitely count on her expertise, but they also love her approach. She’s the whole package and say things like, “We interviewed several agents, but we wanted someone we could connect with,” says one client. “Barbara walked in the door, and her enthusiasm and attention to detail won us over. She’s definitely the reason we were able to finalize the sale.” Originally from Houston and a graduate of the University of Texas, Barbara and her family moved to Wimberley in 1997. In her free time, she and her husband, Gaylan, enjoy boating, live music venues and exploring the Hill Country.


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local events EVERY TUESDAY Hill Country Community Band. First Baptist Church. 512-858-7960. SECOND TUESDAY Linda’s Fat Tuesday. Cajun food and live music. lindaallencatering. com, 512-847-5464. Art Society of Wimberley (ASW) Meets. 6:30 pm. 100 Melody Way, Suite H. msalaun@austin.rr.com. TUESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY Wimberley Community Tennis holds regular evening sessions starting at 5 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays and 9 am on Saturdays. All skill levels are welcome. Games are played at the Wimberley High School tennis courts on Texan Blvd.wimberleytennis.org EVERY WEDNESDAY Farmers’ Market. Wimberley Community Center, corner Ranch Road 12 and River Road). facebook.com/WimberleyFM, 512-264-1637. SECOND WEDNESDAY Wimberley Garden Club meets at Lutheran Church of Resurrection. 101 W. Spoke Hill. (September - May.) Refreshments 9:30 am; meeting 10 am. WimberleyGardenClub.org. FOURTH WEDNESDAY Hill Country Neighbors. 10:30 am. Wimberley Community Center. 512-847-2849. WEDNESDAY - SUNDAY Wimberley Glassworks. Watch art being created in a live glassblowing demo. Gallery open 10 am to 5 pm daily and open Sunday noon to 5 pm. wgw.com. THIRD THURSDAY Susanna’s Kitchen Coffee House Concert Series features local and nationally known performers in concert. Wimberley United Methodist Church. 512-847-3109, wimberleyumc.org. EVERY THURSDAY - SATURDAY Live Music at Linda’s Fine Foods. Delicious food, beautiful music at 500 Farm Market 2325. 512-847-5464. facebook.com/LindasFineFoods. EVERY FRIDAY Bingo. VFW Hall Post 6441. 401 Jacob’s Well Road. Early Bird Games begin at 7:15 pm. 512-847-6441, texasvfw.net. EVERY FRIDAY in APRIL Concerts in the Park at Blue Hole Regional Park. 6 pm to 8 pm. Christy Hays April 5, Jesse Stratton Band April 12, A.J. LeGrand April 19, Time of Night April 26. Admission by donation. 100 Blue Hole Lane. 512-660-9111, Facebook.com/blueholeregionalpark. LAST FRIDAY Wimberley Plaint Splash. LT Custom Framing and Gallery hosts a BYOB, art and social class, 6 pm to 8 pm.715 FM 2325. 512-847-1666, ltcustomframing.com. EVERY SATURDAY Tours at Jacob’s Well Natural Area. 10 am. 1699 Mount Sharp Road. 512-214-4593. FIRST SATURDAY Wimberley Lions Market Days. Shop the oldest and largest outdoor market in the Texas Hill Country March through December, where you will find more than 475 booths filled with everything you can’t live without. Free admission. 7 am to 4 pm. www.shopmarketdays. com. Free Family Fun Days at Jacob’s Well Natural Area. Noon to 2 pm. Discover, learn, explore. 1699 Mount Sharp Road. 512-214-4593. SECOND SATURDAY Wimberley’s Second Saturday Gallery Trail. Art galleries around the Wimberley Square stay open late offering great art, wine and appetizers. gallerytrail.com.

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LAST SATURDAY Silo Gallery & Glass Studio hosts Last Saturday Fusing Musings at 6:30 pm. Come meet others interested in glass ask questions and have fun. Free and open to everyone. 7990 Ranch Road 12. 512-444-6494, siloglass.com. MARCH 14 Wimberley Metaphysical and Holistic Fair. will be held in the Wimberley Community Center 11 am to 5 pm. Free admission. heavenpathwaysearth.com. MARCH 16 Family Campout at Blue Hole. Come pitch your tent and enjoy outdoor adventures. Register by email: parks@cityofwimberley.com. Facebook. com/blueholeregionalpark, 512-660-9111. Blue Hole Star Party. Includes tabletop discussion, picnic and star viewing with telescopes. Bring your flashlights and experience the park like you never have before. Free event. Facebook.com/blueholeregionalpark, 512-660-9111. MARCH 23 Wimberley Metaphysical and Holistic Fair. will be held in the Wimberley Community Center 11 am to 5 pm. Free admission. heavenpathwaysearth.com. APRIL 5 Wimberley Community Civic Club’s Wimberley Wine Walk. Tastings from a variety of Texas wineries, food vendors, and live music. Bring your friends, wine glasses and tastings provided. Reservations required, tickets $30. Blue Hole Regional Park, 5 pm to 8 pm. 100 Blue Hole Lane. wimberleyccc.org. APRIL 5-7 The Inaugural Regional Caregiving Conference/Southwest. The event features presentations and panel discussions for (and from) family caregivers, a workshop for those concerned with the impact of caregiving in the workplace and opportunities to connect with family caregivers throughout the southwest region. Wimberley Community Center. 512-913-8151, caregiving.com. APRIL 5, 6, 7 Wimberley Community Chorus Spring Concerts. At Chapel in the Hills Friday and Saturday 7 pm and Sunday 3 pm. wimberleycommunitychorus.org. APRIL 12 - MAY 5 The Wimberley Players present “Proof,” a riveting drama of the fragile nature of genius. Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2:30 pm. 450 Old Kyle Road. 512-847-0575, wimberleyplayers.org. APRIL 13 The Wimberley Institute of Cultures Annual Pie Social. Free admission, best pie contest, pie auction, live music and tours of historic Zach House. 11 am to 2 pm at Winters-Wimberley House. wimwic.org. Trivia Night hosted by The Wimberley Community Civic Club. Event includes a dinner buffet, BYOB and fun competition with the winning team taking home a cash prize. Wimberley Community Center 5:45 pm to 9 pm.wimberleyccc.org. Wimberley Merchant’s Association BBQ Battle. Noon to 6 pm around the Square. Live music and great food for the whole family.wimberleymerchants.com. APRIL 25 Wimberley Chamber of Commerce Business Expo. Visit with dozens of local business owners all gathered under one roof at the community center. Enjoy free admission, free samples, give-a-ways, prizes and food trucks. 11 am to 6 pm. 14068 Ranch Road 12512-847-2201, wimberley.org See EVENTS, page 45


APRIL 27 21st Annual Butterfly Festival at EmilyAnn Theatre and Gardens. 9 am to 5 pm. Enjoy butterfly art, flight house featuring Texas native butterflies, nature activities, pirate and princess tents, games, concessions and live entertainment. 1101 Farm Market 2325. www.emilyann.org. APRIL 27-28 Wimberley Arts Fest. 100-plus juried artists, music, food and drink, free parking and shuttles. Saturday 10 am to 6 pm, Sunday 11 am to 5 pm. The Waters Point, 13401 Ranch Road 12. wimberleyartsfest.com. APRIL 27 Wimberley Business Expo hosted by the Chamber of Commerce. Community Center, wimberley.org. MAY 4 Star Wars at Blue Hole. Come dressed as your favorite “Star Wars” character and celebrate with an amazing starry sky and movie, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Discussion and picnic 6 pm to 7 pm, movie at 7:30 pm. 512-660-9111, Facebook.com/blueholeregionalpark. Starlight Symphony Orchestra Pops Series. First Baptist Church Wimberley, 15951 Winters Mill Parkway. 4 pm. starlightsymphony.org. Wimberley Glassworks Water’s Edge Art Opening. Live jazz and cocktails in celebrating Tim de Jong’s latest hand blown glass collection. Watch our artisans create a piece live and hear about the inspiration. 3 pm to 6 pm. wgw.com. MAY 4 - SEPTEMBER 1 See the Stars Under the Stars at the Corral Theatre. See what’s showing at www.corraltheatre.com, or call 512-847-5994. See EVENTS, page 46

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local events MAY 11 Wimberley Garden Club’s 24th Annual Garden Club Tour, “Nature’s Palette.” Tour showcases several spectacular gardens in and around Wimberley. Learn about sustainable gardening practices. Meet artists while they demonstrate their processes, shop for native plants, garden art and more. 9 am to 3 pm. wimberleygardenclub.org. MAY 24 Movie in the Park at Blue Hole Regional Park featuring “Jurassic Park” at 7 pm. Movie shown in the 3-acre swim lawn on Cypress Creek. Swimming allowed. Free admission, donations accepted. 100 Blue Hole Lane. 512-660-9111, Facebook.com/ blueholeregionalpark. MAY 25 The Lodge at Cypress Falls presents Red White & Blues on the Falls. Come swim, float and relax on Cypress Creek while jamming out to live music with your family and friends. 1 Woodcreek Circle. rwbonthefalls.com. Wimberley Glassworks Wine & Whiskey Summer Series. Taste complimentary local wines and spirits while lounging in the gallery or on patio of Texas’ premier art glass and lighting studio. Take in local tunes and a glassblowing demo as we create our new line of hand blown glassware. 3 pm to 6 pm. wgw.com. MAY 27 Memorial Day. Veterans Memorial Plaza on EmilyAnn Theatre grounds at 10 am.emilyann.org. MAY 31 - JUNE 30 EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens presents “Into the Woods.” Friday, Saturday 8:15 pm, Sunday, June 30, at 8:15 pm. emilyann.org. JUNE 6 - JULY 30 Blue Hole Nature Camps. Week-long outdoor fun and adventure camps for kids ages 6-12. 512-660-9111. cityofwimberley.com. JUNE 28 - JULY 21 The Wimberley Players present “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas,” a rollicking hootenanny of a musical. Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm, Sundays at 2:30 pm, July 11 and 18 at 7:30 pm. 450 Old Kyle Road. 512-847-0575, wimberleyplayers.org. JUNE 29 Wimberley Metaphysical and Holistic Fair. will be held in the Wimberley Community Center 11 am to 5 pm. Free admission. heavenpathwaysearth.com. Wimberley Glassworks Wine & Whiskey Summer Series. Taste complimentary local wines and spirits while lounging in the gallery or on patio of Texas’ premier art glass and lighting studio. Take in local tunes and a glassblowing demo as we create our new line of hand blown glassware. 3 pm to 6 pm. wgw.com. JULY 4 Annual Independence Day Parade. The “Best Little Parade in Texas” begins at 10 am on Ranch Road 12 at Green Acres through the Square to Farm Market 3237. Hosted by the Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce. www.wimberley.org. JULY 4, 5, 6 74th Annual VFW Rodeo. Nightly competition events include: bull riding, calf roping, bareback and saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling, team roping, women’s breakaway roping, women’s barrel racing. Veterans Park. 512-847-6441, texasvfw.net. 46   Welcome to Wimberley Spring/Summer 2019

JULY 6 Big Scoop Ice Cream Fest. Hosted by St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church at Community Center 1 pm to 7 pm. Frozen treats, entertainment and old-fashioned summer fun. Proceeds to Camp Good Sam Wimberley. facebook.com/campgoodsamwimberley. JULY 13-28 EmilyAnn Theatre and Gardens presents “Snow White and Red Rose.” Saturdays at 10 am, Sundays at 2 pm. 512-847-6969, emilyann.org. JULY 27, AUGUST 31 Wimberley Glassworks Wine & Whiskey Summer Series. Taste complimentary local wines and spirits while lounging in the gallery or on patio of Texas’ premier art glass and lighting studio. Take in local tunes and a glassblowing demo as we create our new line of hand blown glassware. 3 pm to 6 pm. wgw.com. AUGUST 1-3, 5-10 EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens presents Shakespeare Under the Stars, “Antony & Cleopatra.” Nightly except Sunday at 8:15 pm. emilyann.org. SEPTEMBER 6-29 EmilyAnn Theatre and Gardens presents “As You Like It.” Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2 pm. 512-847-6969, emilyann. org. SEPTEMBER 7-30 The Wimberley Players present “Picnic.” Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2:30 pm. wimberleyplayers.org. SEPTEMBER 13-15 WOW – Wings Over Wimberley. Don’t miss new music, art and nature festival hosted by the Wimberley Valley Arts and Cultural Alliance (WVACA). The festival celebrates the bat population living under the Cypress Creek bridge in the heart of the downtown Wimberley Cultural District. wimberleyarts.org. OCTOBER 1-31 Scarecrow Contest. Charming scarecrows decorate downtown Wimberley. 512-842-2281. OCTOBER 4-20 EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens presents an Old West melodrama, “Fast Freddie & That Darn Time Thingamabob.” Performed at 7A Ranch. Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm, Sundays at 2 pm. 333 Wayside Drive. emilyann.org.


OCTOBER 5-27 EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens presents “Rumpelstiltskin,” part of the Children’s Theatre Series. Saturdays at 10 am and Sundays at 2 pm. 1101 FM 2325. 512-847-6969, emilyann.org. OCTOBER 12 Wimberley Metaphysical and Holistic Fair. will be held in the Wimberley Community Center 11 am to 5 pm. Free admission. heavenpathwaysearth.com. OCTOBER 31 Trick-or-Treating on the Wimberley Square. wimberleymerchants.com. NOVEMBER 1-24 EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens presents “Steel Magnolias.” Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm, Sundays at 2 pm. 1101 FM 2325. 512-8476969, emilyann.org. NOVEMBER 8 - DECEMBER 1 The Wimberley Players present “Next to Normal.” Fridays and Saturdays 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2:30 pm. wimberleyplayers.org. NOVEMBER 14-15 Wonderland of Thanksgiving and Christmas trees, wreaths and centerpieces created by local artists and talented, crafty people. Free admission. Enjoy holiday music, refreshments and a visit with Santa in the Community Center. Place a winning bid on your favorite decoration and take it with you to enjoy at your home or office. 14068 Ranch Road 12. www.wimberley.org. NOVEMBER 24 - DECEMBER 28 EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens Holiday Trail of Lights. 6 pm to 9 pm Sunday through Thursday and 6 pm to 10 pm Friday and Saturdays. emilyann.org.

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wimberley dining Local Restaurants Brewster’s Pizza / Wimberley Brewing Co. 9595 Ranch Rd 12. Family-operated pie parlor & microbrewery with patio seating. 512-847-3299, brewsterspizza.com.

Brookshire Brothers Deli. 14100 Ranch Rd. 12. 512--847-2296.

Community Pizza & Beer Garden111 Old Kyle Road. Family friendly establishment with live music, cold beer, full bar, house made pizza. communitybeergarden.com, 512-412-0914. Durango’s Authentic Mexican Food

RESTAURANTS continued Subway 809 Ranch Road 2325

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The Leaning Pear 111 River Road, # 110 Hill Country inspired cuisine. Indoor/outdoor seating. Beer and wine. 512-847-7327, LeaningPear.com

Wimberley Café 101-A, 5083 Wimberley Square Breakfast dishes, sandwiches and homestyle entrees. Daily lunch specials. 512-847-3333, wimberleycafe.com.

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• Cactus Coffee Shop Serving hot and cold refreshing drinks,

Hays City Store & Ice House 8989 FM 150, Driftwood.

• Gratton’s Cajun Kitchen

Scratch menu Texas comfort food plus wood-fired pizza. Full bar, 50+ beers on tap. Indoor and outdoor seating. 512-722-3905.

Ino’z Brew & Chew 14004 Ranch Road 12, on the Square Casual American bar & grill. Indoor and great deck seating overlooking Cypress Creek. inozwimberley.com, 512-847-6060

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kolaches, more. 512-722-3251. facebook.com/cactuscoffeeshop. 100 percent fresh Cajun food. 830477-1151. facebook.com/grattonscajunkitchen. Gringas Grub Shak Burgers, fish tacos, tacos, sandwiches, more. 512-627-4875, facebook.com/GringasGrubShak. RonDooley’s Lots of sandwich choices, plus fajita tacos, hot dogs, fries and more. Call 512-847-0080 for more information. Wimberley Shave Ice 100-plus delicious and unique flavors with something for all tastes. 512-497-9861. Wimberley Subs and Salads Fresh, friendly and affordable food - salads, hot and cold sub sandwiches and homemade soups.

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Creative twists on American favorites. Local craft beers, wine. Indoor/outdoor seating. katesplacewimberley.com, 512-722-3744

Kimberly’s in Wimberley 303 Wimberley Square Family-owned, from scratch restaurant offering traditional comfort food with a twist. Burgers, sandwiches, salads, desserts. Indoor/ outdoor seating. 512-842-1800, kimberlysinwimberley.com. Linda’s Fine Foods 500 Farm Market 2325 Globally inspired cuisine served in a relaxed, country-style setting with indoor & outdoor dining. Beer and wine available. 512-8475464, www.facebook.com/LindasFineFoods. Milagro’s Tex-Mex 9595 Ranch Road 12, Suite 12 Menu features a Hill Country twist on traditional Tex-Mex. Full bar. Indoor/outdoor seating. 512-842-2800, milagroshillcountry.com.

Mima’s Kitchen 701 Farm Market 2325 Family owned and operated Tex-Mex restaurant. Daily specials. Indoor/outdoor seating. 512-847-1305.

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801 FM 2325 • 512-842-3363 Classic, old-fashioned walk-up burger stand, Simple menu of burgers cooked fresh, hand cut fries, and cold drinks.


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San Angel Mexican Bar & Grill 500 River Road Traditional Tex-Mex restaurant. Full bar. 512-722-3257, facebook. com/SanAngelWTX

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